- Reduced price
- Excellent cycling performance
- VRLA gel technology
- Waterproof and maintenance-free
- Dimensions (l*L*h): 332*174*215 mm
- Weight : 32 kg
The new microprocessor-controlled Sterling charge distributor allows several battery packs (up to three) to be recharged from the alternator in an intelligent way and with maximum efficiency This unique product in its design ( it is managed by a microprocessor) has an unequalled efficiency (the voltage drop is 0.01V maximum) and offers many additional features compared to traditional models.
This model has been designed specifically for boats with two engines to ensure optimal distribution of recharge to the auxiliary fleets. First each of the starter batteries has a charging priority and then (as soon as the starter batteries have reached a voltage of 13.3V) the charging of the auxiliary batteries starts from the distributor.
|Function||Load distributor without voltage drop.
Management of the charge priority.
|Maximum input current||2 * 130 A (two 130A alternators)|
|Voltage drop||0.01 V Max|
|Number of inputs||2|
|Number of outputs||4|
|Load priority||Yes for both engine batteries.|
|Alternator fault management||Yes (isolation of the battery banks in case of too low or too high an alternator voltage)|
|Battery priority management||When a large amount of current is drawn from one of the outputs, all the power is redirected to that output|
|Diagnostic interface||Information and operating LEDs|
|Electrical protection||Battery and solar panel polarity reversal / Solar panel overproduction / Temperature / Short circuit of panel input and consumer output|
The internal voltage drop does not exceed 0.01Volts even at full power (Mofset technology often used for "lossless" charge distributors induces a voltage drop of up to 0.6V at full power)
This distributor provides additional safety by protecting the batteries in the event of a generator failure. If the alternator fails and delivers too high a voltage, it is automatically disconnected from the batteries to preserve them.
On the other hand, an alarm warns of this situation. When a current is drawn from one of the batteries (e.g. using the windlass), all the alternator current is directed towards this battery.
The charging priority is given to the starter battery. Other features such as low load alarm are also available.
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